Chelsea to deploy this new striker against West Brom
By Deon_media | self meida writer
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Chelsea's big money summer signing Kai Havertz has so far struggled to live up to the huge expectations on his shoulders following his move to London in the summer. The German midfield man who was scoring for fun in the Bundesliga last season has so far found goals hard to come by this season scoring just the one goal in the league against Southampton earlier this season.
However, there have been signs of improvements under new boss Thomas Tuchel and he now seems to have a new lease of life. He has been bright when played through the middle as a centre forward. He played well in that position against Everton and Leeds United. According to various sources Havertz may be filled in a similar position against West Brom over the weekend with Chelsea's strikers all struggling for form and Tammy Abraham just returning from injury.
Thomas Tuchel could work wonders with the German international if he does play through the middle as expected. As a number nine, Havertz hold up play is really impressive and he is a better option to compatriot Timo Werner on current form.
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